|Would buy this product again.||52%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used this shampoo in combination with the EverSleek conditioner. It was awful! My hair felt sticky, dry, and looked like it was still dirty. I have fine, highlighted hair and I would not recommend this to anyone.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
A lot of people seem to be commenting on the lack of lather and using too much of the product, resulting in it being more expensive. I wanted to point out that sulfate-free products means that you're hardly going to see any lather, if at all. Sulfates were merely added to soaps decades ago as gimmick to make people think they were getting extra clean due to foam/bubbles/what have you, and they are also very drying on the hair.
I've tried a few of the Eversleek product and so far am really enjoy them. I have BSL, curly hair (I'm biracial) and it really does a great job at taming the frizz and condition my when compared to some of the higher-priced ones like Biolage, etc., and I only use a small amount. It also has argan oil in it, which is great for your hair and it saves me from having to spend so much on the straight argan oil.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
While I love the fact that this shampoo is sulfate-free, and smells great, I may not purchase again. It does not lather up, leaving me using much more to get the job done. Also, my hair does not come out as straight after my usual blow drying. I find this one is best if I am letting my hair air dry into waves and curls. No issues with it weighing my hair down, which is a plus.
My favorite shampoo from this sulfate-free line (and the only one I will buy from now on) is the EverStrong Reconstruct (with the green packaging). It is amazingly rich and lathers up awesome -I only need a small amount of this one for my long hair.
Well, that's my two cents.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been on the search for a shampoo formulated without silicones for the longest time and was so excited to try this line out because it's advertised to be silicone-free. As someone who washes her hair every day, I also liked the fact that this is sulfate free because it's very gentle. This shampoo smells great and though it doesn't lather as much as non sulfate-free shampoos, my hair doesn't feel weighed down or gunky. However, my hair and hands do feel coated with a thin layer of oil when I am rinsing this out, although it is advertised to contain argan and sunflower oils in it. I've tried both shampoos from the Eversleek line and I like them both very much, this is my favorite line at the moment.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I LOVE this product. I've tried endless assortments of hair care products for curly, hair and this is the best. I have thin hair with natural curl and frizz and most products dry out or make my hair look oily. Not this. On the negative, it is expensive and it does seem like you have to use a little more shampoo than other brands. However, the conditioner I didn't find an issue with but the serum, you definitely only need 1 or 2 pumps, any more and I could see it causing a heavy, oily look. I'll definitely be using the EverSleek all summer.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Other
I had been using Suave Almond and Shea shampoo previously, and liking it, and for awhile this seemed a bit less drying, although the Suave was not very drying either, but after using getting through most of the bottle they seem to be approximately the same. This is a decent product and compares well with the Suave, but this retails for like $8 (the cheapest I've ever seen it is on sale for $6) so that's like 3-4 times the cost of the Suave, and it's definitely not 3-4 times better. The maximum this should be priced at is like $5, so they're really stretching it. If it were great all around, I'd be willing to pay more for it. I really do not like how it smells either. It's kind of a stale, herbal perfumey scent and I don't associate it with "clean." I wanted to try some of the leave in conditioners in this line, but won't because of the scent issue, and no to repurchasing this. I'll use the rest of the bottle, but that's it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I really like the other shampoos in L'Oreal's sulfate-free line. I was just getting tired of all the strong herbal smells like mint, rosemary, and juniper. So I thought I'd give this one a try just for something different. It's terrible! It's not like the other sulfate-free EverPure shampoos. It doesn't lather worth a crap and it left my hair feeling sooo dry. As I dried it in my usual way, it feels and looks like a dry, matted mess. I gave it a good trial run for about a week, but it's just not good. I love the EverPure shampoos, but I really dislike this EverSleek one.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
HORRIBLE SHAMPOO! I must say the only reason I wanted to try this shampoo was because Jennifer Lopez (my idol) was endorsing it. The product doesn't lather at all. You have to use a large amount to feel like the shampoo is doing its job. I like shampoo to smell like fruit or flowers, this shampoo has no scent. It makes my hair feel oily and greasy. I have long hair so I wash my hair once every two days with my old shampoo my hair always felt clean and smelled wonderful. With this shampoo my hair feels oily and gross by the next day. It makes my hair feel very limp and doesn't have any volume. Only plus is the packaging is really nice. From the outside it looks like an expensive product, without the expensive price tag.
I would definitely pass on this product. Now that I have tried it for myself I highly doubt JLO would use this crap :-/
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
left my hair greasy and not feeling clean. so many better natural shampoo alternatives out there
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
Eh, I thought it was fine, but made hair a little dull and not any less frizzy.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I bought this shampoo while on a quest for a more natural product that could tame my beastly hair without making my head break out. It scored on the taming part, but did cause break-outs and made my hair look a bit greasy. I ended up finding a different shampoo that worked for me (Kiss My Face Whenever), but I forgot to buy conditioner with it. So I decided to try the EverSleek shampoo as a conditioner. After shampooing with Kiss My Face, I sort of lightly smoothed the EverSleek over my hair -- not rubbing it in to a full lather in order to keep it away from my scalp (since it had made me break out). It worked beautifully! My hair ends up soft and smooth and (so far) frizz-free and, because I don't massage it into my scalp, I don't get the day-two greasies or break outs. Kind of weird, I know, but if you have the same trouble I did using this as a daily shampoo, you might want to give it a shot as a conditioner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I must be in the minority for this product because I must say, I hated it! I'm not a shampoo/conditioner snob either, it's pretty easy to please me as long as my hair looks good after I style it and that it feels clean.
This product did none of the above. I don't know what happened but it made my hair extremely dry, it felt oily to the touch which my hair never has a problem with after I wash it, and the life of my hair was just gone. I've honestly never had this much of a gross look after using a shampoo and conditioner so I was really surprised.
It wasn't absolutely atrocious or anything, I was still able to go out and it looked fine but to me, I knew it was no where near up to par with every other shampoo/conditioner I've used.
I found it had no lather, though I know it is sulfate free....but the shea butter frederick fekkai shampoo is sulfate free and lathers nicely so I missed that aspect. The smell is okay, nothing to write home about but not bad either. The price is great for a sulfate free product, but honestly, with the results it gave I would much rather use my 3 buck tressemme naturals shampoo and conditioner.
For me, this was a fail. Will not even use the rest of the bottle because I can't stand the way my hair feels.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Ehhh, wanted to like this, but makes hair suuuper greasey after a day!
Edit:tried it again, this time made my hair extemely dry,and coarse and unhealthy looking. Yuck!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Okay so I have tried the L'Oreal vive pro line in the past and it never made my hair nice or soft or shiny. So I was hesitant to buy this but it smelt very nice and the said it was vegan so I was like okay I will try it. So I actually really like this shampoo and conditioner it leaves my hair really really soft and smelling good and I havent noticed any difference in my hair color longevity but the only negative is that it isnt as shiny its still shiny just not like the pantene shine. I have bought it again since though I do love it. The products are great too leave my hair soft and smooth.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I love this shampoo. After years of listening to raves about silicones are so great for making hair smooth, I realized that they only make my hair frizzy (my hair is curly/wavy). This shampoo is silicone free, and my hair loves it! EverSleek is in the orange bottles, NOT to be confused with the other L'Oreal EverPure products. The EverPure products are hightly scented with Rosemary and Juniper and I can not tolerate that nasty smell. I was really happy when I saw that the EverSleek line doesn't have rosemary, but a very nice sunflower and fresh scent! This shampoo is very thick, so I use about two-quarter sizes in my palm run in on the top of my head, splash with water and then suds up! I will buy again. Thanks L'Oreal:) Oh, the price is good, under $6.00 at Walmart, and on sale a lot at CVS.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
As much as I love the EverPure and EverStrong lines, I thought I'd try this as well.
At first this shampoo seemed great! Lots of lather for a sulfate free product, gentle cleansing, rinsed out easily. The scent was more like every other drugstore product and not the great herbal scent of the other Ever- products so that was a disappointment but I could deal with that for performance.
I used this shampoo and the matching conditioner four times in a row, every other day, as usual. By the third time, my hair started feeling coated. By the fourth time, the texture of my hair looked totally different than ever before!! I had an appointment to get my hair cut anyway and my stylist was just floored at how bad it looked! Dry, wiry, unmanageable, etc. We went through all the possibilities - medications, styling, new products...everything lead to only one thing, the EverSleek shampoo and conditioner!
I clarified and deep conditioned twice then only CO washed followed by my Creme de Coco masque for the next week. Finally, my hair is starting to look like it usually does!
For this reason, I cannot recommend this shampoo and conditioner at all.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have to admit...I scoffed at the eversleek Jlo ads. I thought no sulfates or silicones.. are they just selling me a tube of water??
But my hair was frizzy and dry from a botched at home dye job (which for the record, saving money on salon hair dye visit almost always results in increased shampoo/conditioner/ corrective product to make your hair not like straw -spending) , wary of proteins and silicones on my already damaged hair.. and I had a 3$ coupon....And there was a sale.
Tried it the shampoo and conditioner for a week. And hey, the shampoo rinsed out and didn't make my hair straw like, the conditioner felt pretty good. I towel dried my hair and waited. Soft. Smooth. Not as shiny as I'd like but instead of frizzy it's straighter than it's been in ages. No SLS but some nice oils in it. This gives me the effect of 'second day hair' in one day.
I scoff no more.
I'm going to go to shoppers and grab up some more of these 3$ coupons and save them for a rainy day :o Just sayin, there are coupons there, Get em if you want to give it a try..
4 Lippies over all because the shine factor could be better, and it's not exactly the cheapest L'Oreal option!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This really works, I wash my hair every other day and I tested it out on a really rainy couple of days and i had smooth hair with only using my flat iron around my bangs, amazing!!!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this product about a month ago and now it's almost done. I had really high hopes for this product it was sulphate free and not that expensive. I bought it at Walgreens for 7.99 (conditioner and shampoo) and I don't think it was worth the money. I have long (15 inches) thick hair (indian) and I bought this originally because I was using a cheap Suave shampoo that was drying out my hair. Initially I noticed a big change in my hair quality. My hair was a lot softer and I had less fall out. However, now I have the same amount of fall out as I did before I started using the shampoo. Also, I attribute the softness to the Moroccan Argan Oil (organix) i've been using.
Another big turn down was that my hair was a lot frizzier. I had lots of flyaways and my hair just looks messy. I've never really had a problem with that before.
I noticed a few people saying that they didn't like the smell however, I prefer this to the other shampoos in this line.. it's the only reason I bought it.
Lastly, a comment on the packaging, if you're not strong when the shampoo gets down to the bottom your'e gonna have a real hard time getting this product out. Think toothpaste tube that you can't fold over. Extremely annoying.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Violet
Though I don't love the smell, I find it lathers and cleans much better than the EverStrong Bodify shampoo I also have, and combined with a conditioner with argan oil (I use Live Clean's) it really does tame frizz without weighing down the hair. I wouldn't use the line's leave-in cream unless you like the smell of the rest, as it's the same masculine aftershave scent (works well though) - but the scent of the shampoo can be covered by most conditioner I've used with it. I'm not sure if I'd get it again though just because of the smell, and it's not my favorite shampoo simply for cleansing ability either (I've found many more effective that also don't strip/fade hair/color) - as long as you use a good argan oil or silicone product (conditioner, serum, etc), you'll still get great smoothing results.
EDIT 6/25/11: Realized that the sodium hydroxide (diluted lye) in this and other products was drying out my hair (it's stopped breaking off since I ceased using products with it), not to mention that getting it in your eyes can blind you (a risk I'm not willing to take with shampoo/conditioner).